Remote, largely uninhabited by humans and home to rare desert-adapted elephant, black rhino, lion, Hartmann’s mountain zebra gemsbok, and other fascinating creatures, Damaraland is for those seeking something different; something unique.

Many visitors visit the famous rock art at Twyfelfontein, a World Heritage Site, and others simply seek out the solitude and wonder of this vast, ancient landscape. Despite the remoteness and arid environment, there are a few private safari lodges that offer encounters with the sought-after desert adapted wildlife, and increasingly experienced travellers seek out these special experiences over a typical Namibia safari.

The best way to access this extremely remote destination is via airplane.

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Photo Gallery: Namibia’s Desert Lions

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